A Mumbai session court on Friday denied the plea seeking an injunction order against writer Vinta Nanda, filed by Alok Nath’s wife Ashu. The injunction suit was filed following the rape accusation made by Nanda against the actor.
However, the Dindoshi sessions court denied the application and said it could not pass an injunction order against Nanda at this stage.
Ashu’s plea sought that Vinta Nanda be refrained from giving any interview to media or speak against Alok Nath.
On 17 October, writer-producer Vinta Nanda filed a police complaint against actor Alok Nath, whom she has accused of sexually violating her 19 years ago.
The complaint was lodged at the Oshiwara police station, Nanda said in a statement.
Earlier this month, a defamation notice has been sent Vinta Nanda, and a criminal complaint has been filed against her in the Andheri court.
In wake of Me too movement in India, Vinta Nanda brought her story out, following the same, actress Sandhya Mridul and Deepika Amin too narrated their ordeal with Alok Nath.